Tennessee State Flag
Purchase Your Tennessee State Flag
Gettysburg Flag Works offers the highest quality Tennessee state flags on the market. Constructed in the USA of the finest grade all weather nylon or durable two ply polyester, our Tennessee state flag features bright beautiful colors that represent the Volunteer State proudly!
Highest Quality Tennessee State Flag
If you’re from Tennessee, you love Tennessee, and our Tennessee state flag will help you let everyone know! In addition to the residential customer, our Tennessee state flag is popular with commercial customers because we know how to do business the right way. Many people purchase their Tennessee state flag to bring along to Mule Day each year, or even when tailgating during a Volunteer Football game. You will see our Tennessee state flag hanging in Memphis during the famous jazz and blues Music Festival and in Nashville during the Country Music Festival. Tennessee is a state rich in artistic heritage and beauty, with the state flag representing so much to so many. Our quality cannot be beat - buy your Tennessee state flag from Gettysburg Flag Works today!
A short history of the Tennessee State flag
Influence of the Battle Flag of the Confederacy can be seen in the flag of Tennessee. It was officially adopted on April 17, 1905 and was designed by Captain LeRoy Reeves. He was a member of the Third Regiment of the Tennessee Infantry. The three regions of Tennessee are represented by the three stars, which are called Grand Divisions. For the Exposition of 1897, which marked Tennessee as a member of the Union, the previous flag was designed with three diagonal red, blue and white stripes, with the state nickname in gold on the blue. The Tennessee seal was adopted in 1801 and not used on any flags.
A short history of Tennessee -The Volunteer State
In 1763 the area was recognized as British, and in 1772 a colonial government began. It was annexed to North Carolina in 1776, and passed to the U.S.A. in 1790. Tennessee was made a state on June 1, 1796. It seceded from the Union on June 24,1861 and re-admitted on July 24, 1866.
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Display your Tennessee state flag properly. We have multiple styles of brackets and flagpoles to choose from so that your Tennessee state flag always looks its best. Looking for a bigger statement to represent the Volunteer State? Consider getting a quote from one of our experts for an inground 20’ flagpole, which look fantastic in front of the house or workplace.
Have a boat? We design and make a wide range of boat and nautical flags, including historical Tennessee state flags.We can make them in any size, from the smaller 12x18” boat size or a standard 3x5’. Enquire today about your specialty Tennessee State Flag!
Customers who bought Tennessee state flags are also interested in our custom flags – including our custom Heirloom Collection. How long have your ancestors been in Tennessee? Trace your roots and show off your family crest in style by having us print or sew it onto a banner for you! Ask us for details.